Here are websites for nurses, etc., that might be useful for some of our alums.
Massachusetts employers will need some 400,000 new workers through 2016 to fill jobs in the so-called ‘middle skill’ category – jobs that require more than a high school diploma but less than a four-year college degree – according to a study released by a coalition of business, labor, and worker training groups.
Here are 10 “middle skill” jobs projected to be in demand in Massachusetts by the year 2016 that pay $50,000 a year or more on average.
Sources: “Massachusetts’ Forgotten Middle-Skill Jobs” by the National Skills Coalition, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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